發布時間：2021-03-29 發布人：山東股章瀏覽次數：704次 來源：www.newadnetwork.com
Now is a new era of partnership entrepreneurship, which has become the standard of successful enterprises in the Internet era. The foundation of a start-up enterprise is partners and equity. After all, it's partner equity. It has basically laid the foundation for a start-up enterprise. Every entrepreneur has an IPO goal. He hopes that his own venture projects can ring the bell on the main board or overseas one day. The capital market must require clear and reasonable equity of the enterprise.
What equity structure is not desirable?
1、 Equal ownership structure
Why? Because different partners make different contributions to start-up projects. Although you give 100 and I give 100, everyone's contribution is the same, but in the actual operation process, everyone's good points are different, and the degree of contribution is different. If the contribution is the same and the degree of contribution is different, it's OK in the early stage of the enterprise. If the project is not successful, we don't discuss it. When the project is completed, the partners will be affected by the profit distribution It's not balanced
2、 One shareholder is not desirable
Because the company law stipulates that if the shareholders of one person limited liability company can not prove that their personal property and company property are independent, they will bear joint liability for the company's debts. Many start-ups start with irregular finance, often can not stand audit, so this one person limited company is not desirable.
3、 50% equity structure
The difference is 5:5. For example, in real Kung Fu, companies like this usually get into a deadlock and fail to make effective decisions. Because of the company law, resolutions made by the shareholders' meeting to amend the articles of association, increase or decrease the registered capital, and resolutions on merger, division, dissolution or change of corporate form of the company must be passed by shareholders representing more than two-thirds of the stated rights.